I wonder how often the snarkers on this thread feel lonely. I wonder what makes someone want to read and/or comment about an article about loneliness. I suppose there are some people with satisfying social connections just wanting to balance the score. But is a snide remark really accomplishing such a thing or does it belie something else?
All told, 75% of Americans are active in one kind of group or another. Internet and cell phone owners are more likely than non-technology users to be active in groups. Fully 80% of internet users are active in one kind of group or another, compared with 56% of non-internet users; and 86% of cell owners are active in a group, compared with 62% of non-cell owners.
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